a community to call home

Anchor church is founded on a set of core values 


accepting - a home for all

reaching - A hope for all

growing - a path for all

excelling - a quest for all

giving - a spirit for all


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Our location

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology | 41 Berkeley St, Boston | 5:00pm

Our community worship gatherings are at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, 41 Berkeley St, Boston. We have one worship gathering at 5:00pm. 

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Good Friday - March 30

We invite you to join one of our six Crew community group gatherings in homes this Good Friday. Though we encourage Crew members to participate, anyone is welcome to attend. This Good Friday worship experience will include worship, reflection, a devotional from Pastor Randal, communion, and a fellowship meal. Please sign up here and find a location that works for you. These gatherings will be from 7:00-8:30pm.  

Easter - Sunday, April 1

We invite you celebrate the victory of the risen Christ with us this Easter at 5:00pm.  We will gather to worship at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, 41 Berkeley Street, in Boston’s South End. There are two elements of significance in the story of the cross and empty tomb, the curtain and the stone. Join us as we consider the amazing implications of both the curtain and the stone! And, as always, our wonderful music team will lead us in triumphant praise! We hope to see you, and invite you to bring a friend!


Did you know the Bible has a lot to say about friendship? Relationships are a such an important part of our life, whether family, roommates, business associates, or "friends" in general. We invite you to join us beginning April 8 for our "Friends" series, and lets discover how we can contribute to long-term, healthy relationships.


Followers of Christ have both the delight and responsibility of sharing the Good News with our neighbors, yet this can be a daunting proposition.  Join the conversation in the current Live to Tell series.  If you miss a Sunday, you can listen to the podcast.

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Discovery is designed for people who are on the fence about Christianity. This module introduces the basics of Christian thought and faith through a series of talks and discussions. In sum, Alpha is an “exploration of the meaning of life.”

Anchor Boston is launching Alpha with a training course for leaders/facilitators. For more information, reach out to Nanan Coughlin at A typical Alpha course runs 12 weeks and meetings include a meal.

Register here.

Alpha is a popular course that deals with the big questions of life. Alpha is offered in the Discovery module of The Discipleship Project, an initiative of Anchor Boston.



On Vision Sunday 2018, Pastor Randal shared a new initiative with our community, The Discipleship Project. This project aligns with the mission of Anchor Boston, which is “to move people toward exchanging misconceptions about God for truth, becoming worshippers of the Creator rather created things.” Discipleship and being a worshiper of the Creator are intertwined. For, to truly be a worshipper of God is requires every aspect of our life being wholly submitted to him; that Jesus Christ is the center, spirit, and glory of all that we are and all that we do. 

The Discipleship Project is intentional, to develop discipled leaders. We are excited to announce that our first module, PIVOT, will launch March 11. The six week module begins with an orientation at 4pm that day, followed by weekly evening sessions on a weeknight via Zoom video conferencing. There is no cost, other than books for the module.

PIVOT focuses on establishing formational spiritual practices which will serve as “small anchors” in one’s life. These anchors will assist in repositioning a life to make the 180 degree directional pivot to become a true follower of Christ.

Register here.


An exciting part of our community at Anchor Church is our Anchor Crew community groups! Our crews provide a space for groups of like-minded individuals to interact with each other, with strong foundational theology, and with God, offering a safe place to explore life and faith. While attending, members of a crew can expect to build strong relationships, have life-giving spiritual discussion, and experience encouraging times of corporate prayer. Crews meet all over the city! Sign up here for more information.


Jesus would often slip away from the crowd and pray to the Father. We invite you to “slip away” from the busyness of your life and pray with us for one hour on April 4 at 7pm at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology. We worship together and pray for individual, church, city, and global needs. We’d love for you to join us!

The Welcome Party is for people who are new to Anchor Boston. Come hang out, eat some food, hear more about the church, and meet some new friends. The next Welcome Party will be on April 8 in the Breezeway of the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, 41 Berkeley Street, Boston. RSVP here.

If you’ve been wanting to volunteer or join a crew small group at Anchor, then this is the event for you! At Connect Night you’ll be able to hear from our ministry leaders and find the team that best utilizes your God-given gifts. We also hope you find a crew that fits your schedule and location. Snacks and childcare are free. The next Connect Night will be April 22 at 6:30pm in the Breezeway of the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, 41 Berkeley Street, Boston. RSVP here.